Paul Evenson and his crew were combining their last field of corn near Renner, S.D., this morning.
Their harvest was ending on a bright, dry November morning.
“It went a lot better this year,” said John Evenson, Paul’s nephew, who was running the combine. The field was dry. There was no snow. It was 50 degrees F rather than 20 degrees F. Yields were good, John said, but he declined to
“The corn is 14-15% moisture. That’s nice for a change. No need to dry…